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The Secret to Raising Business Finance at the best rate

There is one simple way of getting business finance at a cheaper rate Company directors have a full schedule tending to prioritise there workload, and in many cases they are aware they will need business finance in the coming months, but as cashflow is good at the moment, this is left until the new contracts or work comes in or until they need finance.

Well why not, you might say.

Virtually all finance companies and banks ask to see your last 3 – 4 months bank statements and they look for 3 things.

1) Any returned(unpaid) transactions.
2) Whether the company is in a time to pay arrangement with HMRC.

But thirdly they will analyse the cashflow over the last 3 – 4 months, sometimes with some sophisticated computer programs, this will tell them a great deal, how the business is performing and what the underling trend is.

This will have a significant impact in underwriting when a decision is made on what interest rate the finance is offered at(if an offer is made).

If the company director uses a good finance broker, the odds of getting the best rates and minimum hassle will go up significantly.

However, the bank statements will make an impact on interest rate.

Which reminds me of a well established company that came to me and asked for£ 200 k because they knew the business was going to take a major short term dip in cashflow in about 6 weeks.We arranged a written offer in about 2 days, but they thought as we had done this so quickly and easily(if you know what you are doing it always looks easy until you try without practice and dedication).

Well they decided lets see if we can get a better rate, they applied to several finance companies, leaving financial footprints behind.They came back to us about a month later(I hate to say it we knew they would come back, as we took them to the right finance company first).

They said they would like to accept the offer of finance we had secured for them but, the offer had expired.

It had to go back in underwriting and to cut a long story short, the new offer was only given if the directors gave charges on their houses, which the wives refused to do and the company went into liquidation

Sad story but true, please forgive me, an old saying just came to mind.
“The early bird gets the worm”
If your business is looking
for any type of finance that is what we do,
including, any business in the construction sector.

Why not pick up the phone and tell me what finance would ideally suit your business, you are very welcome to call me on my mobile 07710 466166.

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